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The Wild Atlantic Way

The Wild Atlantic Way is a coastal route stretching from Kinsale to Fanad Head in northern Co. Donegal. The Beara Peninsula's coastline is very much a part of this route, every part of it is on it as the coast weaves its spectacular way round from Kenmare to Glengarriff, passing Ardgroom Harbour, Coulagh Bay, Eyeries, The Cod's Head, Dursey Island, Blackball Head, Bere Island, Adrigole on the way
The Wild Atlantic Way Wild Atlantic Way

Look for the blue w sign for the Wild Atlantic Way route.

Note the Castletownbere sign has a S on it, this means its pointing South on the route, there will be an N for going North

Kilmackillogue Pallas Pier
Helen's Bar on the pier at Kilmackillogue, a popular place as there are fresh mussels served here. People can also stay the night Pallas Pier on Ardgroom Harbour, on the coast road from Ardgroom to Eyeries village
Coulagh Bay Coulagh Bay
Coulagh Bay, looking towards the Cod's Head. This view is from the village of Eyeries A flock of seagulls near Eyeries Strand on the shore of Coulagh Bay. Miskish Mountain is in the background
Ardnakinna Dursey
A trawler battling its way out into Bantry Bay, passing Ardnakinna lighthouse on the western end of Bere Island Ballydonegan Bay with Dursey Island in the distance
Adrigole Glengarriff
Adrigole Harbour as seen from the top of Hungry Hill, the highest mountain on the Beara Peninsula Glengarriff at the head of the Beara Peninsula on the south side, Bantry Bay can be seen off to the left, Sugarloaf Mountain middle
All photography by John Eagle
There is a slide show presentation of John's photography covering more of the Wild Atlantic Way



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